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October 08, 2017, 11:43:31 AM
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It is possibile searching all BTC address that has a certain balance, for example 1.23456789 BTC?
It is certainly possible by "reading" the blockchain with some script, but is there some website that does this automatically?
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October 08, 2017, 01:10:49 PM
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Yes you can. See How to read/parse blockchain and get bitcoin addresses having balance. for software that can do this.
But you'll need to download the full blockchain, and have quite a lot of RAM to run it. It might help if you say what you're trying to accomplish.

Much easier: use an older snapshot. Bitcore took a snapshot on April 23 this year. If you download the 140 MB .rar-file you have a list of all addresses holding 0.01 BTC or more on that date.

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October 08, 2017, 02:51:30 PM
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It is possibile searching all BTC address that has a certain balance, for example 1.23456789 BTC?
It is certainly possible by "reading" the blockchain with some script, but is there some website that does this automatically?

I believe this site https://goochain.net/ might be what you are looking for.

Goochain offers to search blockchains based on a variety of differences, for example on how much the adress holds, or when transactions where sent, or, when you only have partial numbers of a transaction ID / adress.

Very useful tool, and extremely userfriendly.

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October 10, 2017, 06:18:59 PM
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It is possibile searching all BTC address that has a certain balance, for example 1.23456789 BTC?
It is certainly possible by "reading" the blockchain with some script, but is there some website that does this automatically?

The developer znort987 publish on github program a blockparser - a fast parser on the C ++ chain of blocks with Bitcoin transactions. As you know, in Bitcoin all transactions are published in open access.
The parser allows to make all transactions for any address (<20 sec), to determine the addresses, probably belonging to one purse (20 sec), and even to list all existing addresses with a calculated balance for each (30 sec). In general, a very useful utility.

Try -> https://github.com/znort987/blockparser



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October 13, 2017, 06:31:42 AM
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Nearly impossible. It would be easier to track a TX with a certain input or output. There are people out there that try to parse the addresses for positive balances and use the private key to access them. It is simply too impossible. There are way too many addresses.

If you have some other piece of info, then maybe there is hope, but the only method is to check address by address. At least a time period could narrow the block height.

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